Dr. Octagon draws on decades of lyrical inanity; rap-rockers unleash “Handlebars”; Agent Orange sates punk cravings with “Bloodstains”
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Kool Keith (Thursday, December 8, at 8 p.m.): This famously eclectic rapper is known for his decades of lyrical inanity and playful innuendo as evidenced by more than 20 albums and multiple monikers, including Dr. Octagon, Black Elvis, and Dr. Dooom.
Flobots (Friday, December 9, at 8 p.m.): With “Handlebars,” the lead single off their 2007 studio debut, this Denver-based outfit found a fusion of rock and hip-hop that would launch them up the Billboard charts.
Agent Orange (Sunday, January 29, at 7 p.m.): Since putting the last nail in disco’s coffin in 1979, these fusers of hardcore punk and surf have been ripping through headbangers such as “Bloodstains.”
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